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Ryanair: los pilotos temen el cierre de las bases de Canarias

La Asociación Europea de Pilotos denuncia las amenazas de la aerolínea irlandesa
Ryanair quiere una solución laboral antes del 18 de enero para no cerrar las bases de Tenerife Sur y Gran Canaria

La Asociación Europea de Pilotos (ECA, en inglés) ha denunciado este miércoles que la aerolínea irlandesa de bajo coste Ryanair ha amenazado con cerrar bases en Canarias si sus tripulantes de cabina (TCP) no se avienen a firmar los convenios colectivos propuestos, informa Canarias 7.

“Vemos los cierres de bases y la reducción de personal utilizados por Ryanair como la estrategia del ‘hombre del saco’ para empujar a los empleados a la sumisión: no hay huelgas, no hay disputas, no hay negociaciones difíciles, simplemente acepte nuestro trato”, declara en un comunicado el presidente de ECA, Jon Horne (Ryanair amenaza con cerrar dos bases de Canarias antes de la huelga de TCP).

Esa asociación se refiere en concreto a la negociación con los trabajadores de Ryanair en España emprendida en los primeros tres días de 2019, donde la aerolínea “amenazó con cerrar dos bases en Canarias (Tenerife Sur y Gran Canaria) si el personal de cabina no firmaba” el convenio colectivo propuesto por la empresa antes del 18 de enero (Los tripulantes de cabina demandan a Ryanair ante la Audiencia Nacional por “represalias”).

“El fracaso de Ryanair a la hora de involucrarse en relaciones industriales normales podría ser una fuerza desestabilizadora significativa en 2019”, señala el secretario general de la Asociación Europea de Pilotos, Philip von Schöppenthau (Trabajo propone sanciones a Ryanair por vulnerar el derecho de huelga).


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Dear all colleagues,
As part of Norwegian’s #FOCUS2019 initiative which is aimed at reducing costing, a network-wide performance evaluation has been conducted and it has now become necessary to commence a restructuring process. Norwegian has embarked on an exhaustive review of its Boeing 737 operations (both the 800 and MAX models). The requirement is to cut costs and reduce the commercial impact of seasonality with the aim to ensure the long-term future of the Norwegian Group.
The company (Norwegian) has therefore decided to make several changes to its route portfolio as well as adjusting its capacity. This unfortunately means we will see a series of route cancellations and changes as well as base closures starting in the forthcoming months and continuing throughout 2019. Norwegian will have to downsize its Boeing 737 fleet with several aircraft throughout the year and all 737 MAX deliveries in 2019 will be exclusively dedicated to fleet renewal.
Following this, your base will unfortunately be affected and subject to closure.
During 2019 there will base adjustments meaning no 737 aircraft or aircrew will be based in Palma de Mallorca (PMI), Gran Canarias (LPA) and Tenerife (TFS) in Spain; Rome Fiumicino (FCO) in Italy; Stewart (SWF) and Providence (PVD) in the United States. NB! This capacity adjustment will not affect Rome’s long-haul base. In addition, there will no longer be long haul pilot bases in Amsterdam (AMS), Bangkok (BKK) or Florida (FLL).
What does this mean to you?
The abovementioned bases will be subject to closure during 2019.
Norwegian and all employers will of course do their utmost to take care of all affected people in close collaborations with the relevant union representatives. The details including dates for base closures will be discussed separately with the respective union representatives in the forthcoming months.
All dialogue and follow up will be conducted according to legal requirements as well as company policies with the aim to reduce negative impact.
Next step
You will soon receive an invite to a base meeting where more information will be shared and where questions can be raised.
Who should I contact with questions?
We encourage you to contact your employer/manager, local HR representative, base Chief or union representative if you have questions or concerns.
This decision was not taken easily. Norwegian is incredibly grateful to every one of you for your continued hard work and dedication each and every day.
The above changes have been communicated to all the aircrew unions in Norwegian, and the dialogue with them has already started in earnest with a view to minimize the impact. Communications to everyone in Norwegian will also be given later today.
Best regards,
Gitte Leonce, VP cabin crew
Lars Rønnov, VP flight deck crew

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